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Gina Marie Longo, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Co-Founder of the Digital Sociology Lab

Founders Hall, Room 206

Curriculum vitae

M.S. Digital Sociology

M.S. Sociology

Digital Sociology




  • Ph.D., Sociology w/Ph.D. minor in Political, Ethnic and Religious Violence, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 2018
  • M.A., Political Science, Florida Atlantic University, 2008
  • B.A., Political Science, Florida Atlantic University, 2006
  • A.A., Liberal Arts, Palm Beach Community College, 2004

Research Interests

  • Digital sociology
  • Gender and sexuality
  • Race and ethnicity
  • Immigration
  • Marriage and family
  • Nation and nationalism
  • Political violence

Select Publications

Manstrangelo, Frankie and Gina Marie Longo. In Press. Downlining Disinformation: Gendered Strategies for MLM Recruitment and Pastel QAnon Indoctrination. Social Media & Society

Longo, Gina Marie. 2023. Rethinking the Internet as an Institution: Shifting Our Ideas about the Digital to Combat Medical Disinformation and Distrust. Journal of Biology and Today’s World 12 (01): 001-002

Longo, Gina Marie 2023. The Internet as a Social Institution: Rethinking Concepts for Family Scholarship. Journal of Family Relations 72(2): 621-636

Longo, Gina Marie. 2022. Moral Lines of Credit: Forging Race Projects, Citizenship, and Nation on Online U.S. Spousal Reunification Forums. Migration Politics 1(1): 1-36

Longo, Gina Marie. 2021. Integrating Digital Media Options into Undergraduate Final Projects. Sociological Inquiry 57(1): 60-69